English translation of 'déclasser'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [véhicules, matériel] to decommission
2. (changer le statut de) [terres, terrain] to reclassify
3. (Sport) [coureur, équipe] to relegate
4. (= déranger) [fiches, livres] to get out of order
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Example Sentences Including 'déclasser'
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Dominique Voynet va déclasser la réserve naturelle de l'Iseran.Le Monde (2000)
Ils ont décidé de déclasser Jens Heppner (Telekom) et Bart Voskamp (TVM), deux échappés protagonistes d'un sprint houleux.Le Monde (1997)
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Used Occasionally. déclasser is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'déclasser' in Other Languages
British English: downgrade VERB
If something is downgraded, it is given less importance than it used to have or than you think it should have.
The boy's condition has been downgraded from critical to serious.
Translation of déclasser from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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